Room 3.02.04SB is the Computer Science Teaching Laboratory.
We hope to make this facility an excellent place for learning
computer science. We ask that you treat the facility and your
fellow students with respect.
- Computer accounts are for academic use only. While we take a broad
view of academics, please refrain from engaging in activities that
are not directly related to your learning or that violate
University policies concerning items such as pornagraphy.
- No games, muds or other types of such activities are allowed.
- Do NOT install ANY software on your NT account. These installations
affect all users of the machine that you install on even when you don't
install as administrator.
- Do NOT fix the printer unless you have been explicitly trained and
authorized by one of the CS System Administrators.
- Keep your password secure and do not give access codes to others.
- Organized classes have absolute priority over individual work.
If you are working in the lab at the time of a formal class session, you
MUST log off your machine and move to the back of the room. After
all of the class members have been seated and the class has started,
you may use a empty computer in the back, provided you do not disrupt the
- The tutors are there to help you, but they are students and need a
life too. When they are on duty they will be wearing a nametag. There should
be a tutor on duty when the lab has open hours. Please ask the on-duty
tutor for help rather than interrupting one who isn't working.
- The University has instituted a policy banning children under 12 years of
age from ALL University laboratories.
- No food or drinks are allowed in any area where there is a computer.
If you have suggestions for improving the facility, would like certain software
installed, or have a problem concerning the facility, please contact
Dr. Steve Robbins (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I understand this policy and agree to follow it:
Last revision: Janaury 16, 2002 at 2:30 pm